A must-read for every language teaching professional, "Teaching language: From grammar to grammaring" explores the regular, predictable elements of language as well as the potential creativity of its underlying system. By combining a wide range of view points with her own personal experiences and studies, Diane Larsen-Freeman challenges the static descriptive ideas of grammar, based on rules, and promotes the more fluid and dynamic notions of reason-driven grammaring, which she defines as..
Homocysteine, an "old-new" risk factor for cardiovascular diseases, plays also a role in numerous pathological conditions. Although it is not completely clarified if it a causal..Подробнее
Academic Writing has been written for intermediate level students who are preparing to study, or are already studying, in an academic environment and need to improve their writing..Описание
Neurodynamic tests are very useful non-invasive tests used clinically to diagnose any source of symptoms of neural origin. It is important for the clinician to have a complete..Описание
The fifth edition of From Neuron and Brain has been thoroughly rewritten, with new chapters added, to provide a readable, up-to-date book for use in undergraduate, graduate, and..Подробнее
Ayurveda the science of life presents invaluable source of ethnopharmacological resources. This traditional knowledge inspires novel drug discovery from natural products. Reverse..Описание
Many designers use folding techniques in their work to make three-dimensional forms from two-dimensional sheets of fabric, cardboard, plastic, metal and many other materials. This..Описание